I always like to push my Gazelle to the limits and see how she does. The entire card is only 4.5 x 4.5, so you know the little baby and flower are pretty small and my Gazelle cut it out perfectly! It cut the scallops and swirls as smooth as butter too.
Here is a side view. This was also my first easel card. I wasn’t really sure how I wanted to design the bottom half. I kept it simple so it would lay flat and not ruin the top. I also love the fact you can just stick pretty much any size pen or marker in the Gazelle. I typed out my sentiment in the font I thought would look best, put a rectangle around it, slipped a purple gel pen in where the blade holder normally goes and let her write away. Then I wanted to cut the rectangle, out goes the pen and in the blade holder. Love, love, love this feature!
I know, I know. I stink at making faces. My youngest son said she didn’t look very baby-like. Well, the more I draw the faces on the better I will get. Forgive the lack of detail in her features. ^__^
Hope you enjoyed today’s card and come back to check out the new Spring releases over at the Boss Kut store!